Resources from the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries - Queensland
Resources: Supply Chain Innovation
Contains information sheets that may be of value to businesses interested in improving the management of their supply chain:
- Regraphing temperature data
- Should I monitor air or product (pulp) temperature?
- Where should temperature loggers be placed?
- How can monitoring temperature make my supply chain more agile?
- Recommended storage temperatures
- Temperature logging - a mango industry perspective
- Myths around temperature monitoring
- Graphing temperature monitoring data
Noel Ainsworth (DoAF - QLD) interviews Scott Ledger, Quality Manager - Manbulloo
Why Manbulloo monitors temperature in mango export consignments?
Noel Ainsworth interviews Scott Ledger, Quality Manager - Manbulloo
Myths around temperature monitoring in mango exports
Yiru Chen - Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Queensland
Why you should re-graph temperature data?
The Serviced Supply Chains project is funded by the Hort Frontiers Asian markets Fund, part of the Hort Frontiers Asian strategic partnership initiative developed by Hort Innovation, with co-investment from Agriculture Victoria, the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries Queensland (DAFQ), Montague Fresh (summerfruit), Manbulloo (mangoes), Glen Grove (citrus), the Australian Government plus in-kind support from University of Queensland and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.